Wooden Bead Rakhi for Big brothers | Easy and fun Rakhi craft

Free step by step crafts tutorial on how to make a wooden bead rakhi at home with beads and thread. This elegant wooden bead rakhi would be a wonderful surprise to big brothers from their little sisters. If you are looking for  handmade rakhi crafts ideas this can be the one for you. This is super simple and super quick can easily be made with kids.
Raksha Bandan is round the corner and everyone will be tying rakhi for their brothers. This time why not make rakhis for our brothers and tie them on their wrists with love and care.

Materials required to make DIY Wooden Bead Rakhi

  • Colourful beads
  • One big wooden bead
  • Thread

Step by Step tutorial on how to make DIY Wooden Bead Rakhi

Here is a step by step instructions (with pictures) tutorial on how you can make wooden bead rakhi.

Step 1 – Take the big wooden bead and pass the thread from the bead.

Step 2 – Paste the small bead at the center of wooden bead.

Step 3 – Take small colourful beads and put them in both sides of the wooden bead.

Note – You can take colour and size of beads as per your choice.

Step 4 – Tie small knots at the end of beads, so that they don’t keep moving to and fro.

You beautiful wooden beads rakhi is ready. This is a mess free rakhi craft idea and you must try it with your kids.

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Lavanya Neelam
Lavanya Neelam

Lavanya stays in Hyderabad. Apart from her keen interest in crafts, embroidery and knitting she has also written 500 telugu poems. She was selected as the best balwadi teacher in slum improvement project overseas developing authority in Vijaywada. Now she helps other craft lovers by sharing her experiences on crafting. Her Blog - http://quest4arts.blogspot.in/

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